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Genera of tenebrionid beetles of the tribe Blaptini (Coleoptera, Tenebrionidae).

  title={Genera of tenebrionid beetles of the tribe Blaptini (Coleoptera, Tenebrionidae).},
  author={Gleb Sergeevi{\vc} Medvedev},
  journal={Ėntomologicheskoe Obozrenie},

New species of the tenebrionid-beetle subgenus Cardiobioramix Kasz., genus Bioramix Bat. (Coleoptera, Tenebrionidae, Platyscelidini), from the Chinese Provinces Gansu and Sichuan

Two new species of the genus Bioramix Bat. (tribe Platyscelidini) are described from China, Bioramix (Cardiobioramix) splendida sp. n. (Sichuan) and B. (Cardiobioramix) kabaki sp. n. (Gansu).

Composition of the genera Gnaptorina Reitter and Pseudognaptorina Kaszab of the tribe Blaptini (Coleoptera, Tenebrionidae)

Based on the structure of the segments of the male fore and middle tarsi, three subgenera are distinguished in the genus Gnaptorina Reitter: Gnaptorina s. str. (brushes or tufts of pale setae are

A contribution to the taxonomy and morphology of the tribe Blaptini (Coleoptera, Tenebrionidae)

New species belonging to the tribe Blaptini, genera Agnaptoria Rtt. (A. anomala sp. n. and A. fugonga sp. n. from Yunnan), Asidoblaps Fairm. (A mekonga sp. n. and A. konstantinovi sp. n. from Yunnan;

The Classification of Tenebrionid Beetles of the Tribe Platyscelidini (Coleoptera, Tenebrionidae) of the World Fauna

The history of taxonomic studies of Platyscelidini (Coleoptera, Tenebrionidae) is described. The rank of the tribe and problems of its classification are discussed. The systematic checklist of

A systematic review of the genus Dila Fischer von Waldheim, 1844 (= Caenoblaps König, 1906, syn.n.) (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae) from the Caucasus, Turkey and boundary territories of Iran

The taxonomic history, composition, morphology, distribution, and bionomics of the genus Dila, 1844, and three new species are described: Dila hakkarica sp.n.

A New Genus and Species of Darkling Beetles of the Tribe Blaptini (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae) from Afghanistan and Taxonomic Changes in the Tribe

A new genus and species Medvedevia glebigen of the tribe Blaptini is described from eastern Nuristan, Afghanistan and is closely related to the genus Blaps Fabricius, 1775, which is evidenced by its body shape, structure of tarsomeres, and presence of the mucron.

Documenting tenebrionid diversity: progress on Blaps Fabricius (Coleoptera, Tenebrionidae, Tenebrioninae, Blaptini) systematics, with the description of five new species

The results of the phylogenetic analyses indicate that the genus Blaps is likely paraphyletic; the need for more phylogenetic studies in order to clarify the status of the various genera and subgenera belonging to the tribe Blaptini is suggested.

First assessment on the molecular phylogeny and phylogeography of the species Gnaptor boryi distributed in Greece (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae)

Two different mitochondrial genetic markers are used in order to investigate the relationships between the populations of the species G. boryi in Greece, compare them with the current taxonomy and conjecture about its biogeographic history, and clarify the presence of three well-supported lineages.

Diversification patterns and processes of wingless endemic insects in the Mediterranean Basin: historical biogeography of the genus Blaps (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae)

The historical patterns of temporal and geographical diversification of Mediterranean Blaps (Tenebrionidae), a diverse group of flightless beetles, are analyzed, their date of origin and colonization of the MB are estimated, and temporal changes in diversification rates are tracked.

New insights on systematics and phylogenetics of Mediterranean Blaps species (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae: Blaptini), assessed through morphology and dense taxon sampling

The first phylogenetic hypothesis for the Mediterranean Blaps is presented and several taxonomic clarifications for the North African species belonging to this group are made and the existence of a large clade that encompasses the eastern Mediterranean species that are also mostly associated with arid regions is revealed.